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Mom on a Mission: Nurse Andreanna Rainville, ÜFORIA Scientific Advisor

Andreanna Rainville, RN, CN (aka “Nurse Andi”) joined the ÜFORIA Science® team in January 2022. She brought a wealth of knowledge, experience, and insight to her role as a scientific advisor and quickly became a beloved, field-facing figure.

Expanding on her bio, featured here:

Andreanna Rainville (“Nurse Andi”), RN (registered nurse), C.N. (certified nutritionist), is a respected lecturer, instructor, and practitioner focusing on issues of genetics and methylation evaluation and support, nutraceutical medicine, diet therapy, immunotherapy, chronic illness and infection (i.e., Lyme), detoxification, fertility, mold, pain management and pediatrics (and is currently finishing a fellowship in Medical Academy for Pediatrics with Special Needs).

Raised on Kauai, Hawaii’s “garden island,” Rainville has a deep connection to the principles of Huna, along with a lifelong curiosity and reverence for plant- and nature-based, pro-active health and wellness. 

Rainville began her career in the health and wellness industry as a chiropractic assistant, massage therapist/esthetician, and certified herbalist, later developing a popular line of all-natural treatments embraced by 5-star spas in the US and beyond. 

Rainville has worked side-by-side with esteemed leaders in their fields, including Dr. Cynthia Keller, MD, Peter Levine, Ph.D., and globally renowned physician Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt (M.D./PhD), who has called Rainville a “…talented healer in her own right.” For two decades, Rainville’s work with Dr. Klinghardt spanned clinical (lead nurse) to educational (primary instructor for Klinghardt Academies), bringing her all over the US and Europe.



Rainville was also the co-founder of Food Pharmacy, an online platform for healthcare practitioners to tailor nutrition to various conditions for their patients. As well, she served as the medical director for Sprouts organic baby food delivery, leading its grass-roots education outreach to parents and pediatricians in the local Seattle market.

Rainville is a dedicated, perpetual learner. She regularly pursues continuing education with distinguished doctors to stay on the leading edge of research into factors like genetics, infection, and environmental exposures that are understood to play an underlying role in many chronic illnesses and immune deficiencies. Her passion for and experience in physics, Functional German Medicine, pain management, stem cell therapy, genetics, detoxification, and laser and light therapies, among many other specialties, contribute to Rainville being a highly sought-after provider. 

As a believer in using “food as thy medicine,” Rainville’s life’s passion is empowering people to envision multiple choices for wellness. 

As summarized on her practitioner site, “In her work with both patients and doctors, Andreanna understands the complexities of managing disease and advocates for a more livable approach to patient care. Her philosophy prioritizes tolerable therapies, better symptom management, easier compliance, psychological support, and improved education, leading to informed choices for patients and their families about the many healing options available to them.”

Rainville is also a wife and mother to a 14-year-old daughter, Anjollie, whom Rainville calls her “…source of never-ending learning and love.”

In addition to her role as a clinical advisor for ÜFORIA Science, Rainville maintains a clinical practice in Kenmore, WA. 

Have questions for Nurse Andi? Email [email protected], and your inquiries may be featured in an upcoming post by Nurse Andi herself.


Author bio: 

Corey Colwell is Chief Marketing Officer for ÜFORIA Science®. Colwell is also an author, speaker and brand strategist in the health, wellness, and lifestyle realms. She has written, contributed to or been featured in hundreds of media outlets including Los Angeles timesMothering and Good Morning America. Colwell’s youngest daughter, now seventeen, was one of the first documented “cases” of epilepsy in the Pacific Northwest to be cured through food.